A question came in today from a Facebook user regarding the response to the FBFB inquiry to Hot Docs.
“Question, who is David Durett and why did he say he received an unsolicited email from the folks at HotDocs – when clearly he did IN FACT email them?
The email from HotDocs starts out by saying, "Many thanks for getting in touch." Clearly that was not true.
Why did Mr. Durett only ask about the last 3 minutes of the film? That is all they addressed, other than Justin Mah had IN FACT seen the movie. I thought this was a movie which had footage of an alleged dead bigfoot? So, why wouldn’t the whole 90 minutes (which isn’t that much for the find of the century) be devoted to this dead undocumented primate? I
f only 3 minutes at the very end is the only mention of this dead bigfoot – either Morgan Matthews needs to find another line of work (cause he is really dropping the ball here) — or it is as we all assume – Dyer has no dead bigfoot.”
David Durett is the artist that did the drawing of Issleb’s rendition of the head of the body.
His artwork (including the “Bigfoot”) can be found here:
On the site underneath the picture it states:
This acrylic painting of a Bigfoot cadaver is based on several interactions with Musky Allen, who related his description of the creature shot by Rick Dyer to David on March 10, 2013 for a forensic rendering in the way a police-artist sketch is created. It includes subsequent revisions following input from Rick Dyer. This image is possibly the first clear, close-up view of a Sasquatch ever presented. For more information on this ongoing story please click here. (Cryptomundo link)
So could Durett be another administrator from FBFB? Another Dyer plant?
The letter definitely wasn’t unsolicited as stated.
Till Next Time,